Single-Molecule Biophysics

February 27, 2022 - March 4, 2022
Single-molecule approaches have changed how many biological problems are studied. These techniques provide previously unobtainable data on fundamental biochemical processes that are essential for all forms of life. This meeting explores the dynamics and mechanics of these processes at the single-molecule level (DNA/RNA-protein and protein-protein interactions, molecular motors, membrane physics, etc). Force, torque, diffusion, statistical and optical physics, as well as observation of single molecule interactions will play a major role. New techniques will also be presented.
This Session is organized by:

David RUEDA, Imperial College, London UK
Nynke DEKKER, TU Delft, NL

More information can be found on the Workshop's WEBSITE.
Published on  October 11, 2021
Updated on  October 11, 2021